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a numerous 911 calls and officers were on the scene in one minute. >>> campbell's soup announced it will close its sacramento plan. 700 workers are being laid off next july. the company blames declining sales. campbell is shutting down a factory in new jersey along with the one in sacramento. authorities say the plant holds a special place in their heart. >> the plant was there since 1947. i started in '72. it's been a long-time fixture here. so it will be hard. campbell hopes to save $100 million. they have tomato processing facilities in dixon and stockton. after the closure, there will still be 2100 workers in the state. >>> several campus workers are holding rallies at uc berkeley to protest the play off of five staff workers. protesters say the five laid off workers should be given an opportunity to work at other departments. they also want the university to support a state senate -- a state senate bill that would allow graduate union researchers to unionize. >>> according to the "chronicle" this plan may include to merge and layoff. there's also speculation that the castro
out of state. now, campbell's soup announced it's closing its sacramento plant next july. that is going to cost several hundred people jobs. campbell says times changed l. >> there is sacramento with highest costs per case of any plant in the u.s. so it costs more to make a case of soup here than it does in ohio, or in north carolina. and in texas. >> they did not release details and will still operate plants employing more than 2000 people in dixon, stockton and bakers feemd. >> there is bank of america holding a marathon mortgage event taking place at hyatt embarcadero hotel. there are dozens of stations set up to help homeowners. homeowners are hopeful. >> i just thought wampk bank of america didn't care. today, yesterday, showed human side of bank of america. >> and i feel the goal is helping people stay in their house it is an event continues until 8:00 tonight. more ep hep going to be available tomorrow. and. >> your private information is a little safer tonight thanks to a law signed today by governor brown preventing employers from asking for your facebook or othe
years it has been putting good in a can. now the campbell soup co. says it is time for the oldest operating plant to shut down so it will close the doors in sacramento. declining profits are forcing the company to scale back and nearly 700 people will lose their jobs >> while the business case is compelling, it is always a difficult condition when you have to impact the lives of employees >> it was never anything that was certain but today it puts a downer and all lot of people's hearts >> campbell says it will keep its plants in stockton and bakersfield open. 17 percent of kids are obese >> that is three times the rate from one generation ago. tonight, dr. kim shows us how one man's story might help make a difference. >> alberto loves to cook and eat but he was not always so slim >> people say that because i went through this transformation and lost a much weight that they think i don't eat at all >> his journey began 21 years ago in el salvador. as the first grandchild he got whatever you wanted >> my first nickname was the fat little boys >> then, at a mass of culture shock whe
in july. no word on how many jobs will be here in the area. >>> the campbell city council could finalize the annexation of a small piece of land. it is tucked neatly between campbell and san jose but had previously fallen under the jurisdiction of san jose. tonight a tentative date could be set for next may as the date cambrian36 can officially call itself campbell. >>> the city owes about $4 million to the california public employees retirement system other while known as calpers. the city will save about $700,000 in interests by taking out a new loan at lower interest rates and then paying off that debt now. >>> california secretary of state debra boeing was in the area to thank two long time workers. >> thank you rita for your 60 years of service. would you like to come up? medina began her work with the county's registrar's work in 1962 after the urging of her brother cesar chavez. there's a huge need for poll workers and people of all ages are encouraged to help out. >> we often urge counties to talk to their high schools because high school students who are 16 and have a 2.5 averag
the lowest advertised price plus a $5 gift card. >> the campbell soup co. is closing its doors in sacramento after 65 years of operation. hundreds of workers will lose their jobs including many that have worked at the plant on franklin street for a large part of their lives. checkey bedford tells us when their oldest facility will shut down for good. >> a typical weekday routine, an early morning caravan of workers are arriving at the south sacramento campbell soup plant. although it had been rumored, little did the 700 plant workers know that there would be no work today. and in the near future, no work at all. >> it is devastating. >> the managers tell the 400 gathered workers in the early morning meeting that they were closing the plant by next summer. >> today put a downer on people's hearts. >> company leaders said they had no choice but to cut the most expensive of their four u.s. plants at a time when soup sales are down. >> this plan has been here since 1947. it means a lot to the community and the company. >> workers say that the closure means they will be forced out into the cold u
of the dollar for an electric brain that runs a train. >>> campbell's soup is shutting down its sacramento plant and eliminating 7,000 jobs there. the announcement was made at a 7:00 meeting this morning. the change comes as campbell's is trying to cut costs. >> sacramento has the highest production cost per case of any plant in our network that's why we made the decision to close the plant. >> reporter: the plant is scheduled to close next july. cam campbells is also closing it's spice plant in san francisco. >>> a small group of protesters is clashing with police at this hour. it is the same area where police evicted an occupy encampment early this morning. amber lee just arrived there morning on market street. al we -- amber what's going on there? >> reporter: julie we're at the interception of market and drum right across the street from the embarcader. we want to show you what we see right here. there's at least one dozen police officers with helmets and batons. what we saw when we arrived was a group of men yelling at the officers. not clear what they were saying. a witness told us he saw
of august. campbell soup is closing two plants in the bay area. they will be eliminating 700 jobs in sacramento. the sacramento plant is supposed to be closed by july of next year. >> 7:36 a.m. and we'll be back with more and a couple of minutes on the cusp of a big warmup but we have to get through some fault first especially here at the golden gate bridge. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah, blah, blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no, we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible. let's bring you up to speed with decision 2012 mitt romney is struggling in ohio. president obama has a clear lead and i was the opinion polls. it has prompted some grumb
questions. >> hundreds of campbell's soup employees in sacramento will be out of a job this time next year. declining profits forced the n.j.-based company to close two factories here. the sacramento plant will shut down for good by next summer leaving nearly 700 people jobless. the factory had the highest production costs in their network. >> while the business case was very compelling, it is a difficult decision when you impact the lives of employees. >> there are always rumors but there is never anything that was certain, but today a kind of laid on people's hearts. >> their operation in stockton and bakersfield will not be affected. >> preparations for the america's cup preliminary is already under way but as the venue is not ready for the regatta in march than the city may be facing penalties. ann mackovic is in san fransisco with how much money we're talking about and how much money is that? >> up to $10 million. if you have been all along the embarcadero any time recently you have seen construction sites like the one year behind may, and now the america's cup organizers and the city
. south bay low 80s. 85 campbell. 83 san jose. inland low 90s. 15-degree warm up in places like livermore. 70s for the east bay shores. possible temperature said could be 5 -- temperatures could be 5 degrees warmer than this because of the fog. it is a wildcard tomorrow. if it clears quickly, temperatures will be warmer. if the fog lingers for the east bay shores temperatures like i just showed you. sunday, monday, tuesday, no doubt about it, it will get hot. triple digits on monday. possibly record breaking heat. and you can get the latest forecast on the new news channel, on channel 193. >>> in sports, major league baseball history made tonight in pittsburgh and the a's get one step closer to the playoff birth. gary is up next with all the sports highlights. sleep train's inventory clearance sale is ending soon. save 10%, 20%, even 35% on a huge selection of simmons and sealy clearance mattresses. get 2 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. even get free delivery! sleep train stacks the savings high to keep the prices low. but hurry, the inventory clearance sale is ending soon.
. and it's going to be hot all-around. here the temperatures. no. 4927 day. 95 in campbell. 97 loss gatos. mid-90s by by the bay will be hot they're out to the east. lots of the lot of excitement at the coliseum last night. the oakland a's in the wild card. here is the very tight play off race as take a look. texas and oakland. and the east we have the yankees and the baltimore orioles fighting for the lead there all four of these teams are in the playoffs the detroit tigers of the fifth scene they clinched the american league central. if they do not in texas went one of these two final games in the a's will be the wild card. then they will play a one game playoff against either the iraqis of the baltimore orioles. the playoff game if the a's are the wild card would be on friday could be oin oakland york or baltimore. >> and develop a story this --i cried. >> my friend called me around 3: 30 and when i got the news i did not believe it. >> i think everyone is really depressed right now he was a great teacher. most of the kids had him. people keep saying he was the best teacher they ever h
highlight it is need for qualified workers. matt keller live in campbell and he tells us folks there are still talking about that confusing conclusion to yesterday's monday night football game. matt-- >> reporter: frank the garrett restaurant here is filled with sports fan and most if not all agree that something needs to be done about the nfl's replacement officials. >> reporter: this is the call during the packers-seahawks game that people are saying are the worse in nfl history. the different officials made different calls. the packers lost 14-12. >> terrible way to end the game. >> the whole confusion was just, unbelievable. >> reporter: sports fever in campbell turned into sports anger for one young packers fan. >> if they don't make it to the play offs because of one game, i'm sure there will be riots in wisconsin. >> reporter: football fans vented their anger on twitter. everyone president obama had something to say. sweeting nfl fans hope the ref lock outs are settled soon -- tweeting nfl fans hope the ref lock outs are settled soon. everyone former president clinton ha
of folks. >>> breaking business news. campbell's soup just announced plant closures including a location here in california. trading underway on wall street. live report from the new york stock exchange. ly look now dow in positive territory up almost 50 points. >>> first, only 40 days until election day. -- we have republican presidential candidate mitt romney reaction to new polls showing president obama pulling ahead in swing states. >>> does apple have another glitch? problem some own >>> welcome back. 60s along the coast more sunshine than yesterday, 70s bay sunshine an hour earlier 80s inland to 90s in the east bay valleys, last three hours of doppler you can see it is dry up and down across the state with low to mid 90s around chico and sacramento, 69 big sur tahoe isolated thunderstorm possible today and tomorrow dry near 80 into the weekend thunderstorm around yosemite possible today and tomorrow temperatures will be in the 90s as we head towards saturday and sunday. down south southern california 80s and 90s in los angeles and san diego over the weekend. time for us to talk abo
president obama's be in the back i states. the campbell soup co. is shutting down in northern california plans here to talk about your business news is jason brooks. good morning. >>> good morning unfortunate news for a number of employees of the campbell soup clinton sacramento the company announces this morning it sets down to plant one sacramento and a much smaller one in new jersey this sacramento plant closure will affect 700 employees have there is some video from its sister station in sacramento of the plants this will take place of the next several months the plant will close down july 20th 13 they say this it is dating a ton of money in doing so will streamline its supply and distribution chain is not done as well as many thought would coming out of the recession. dealing with a lot of economic information this morning including news on the job market which is better for is the weekly jobless claims plunged by 26,000 last week for week averaged hiring is still very weak at this point economic growth is a lot weaker. that was due to that nasty job in the midwest cutting farm cro
campbell. it's thursday, september 27th. we begin with an overnight police raid in downtown san francisco. officers moved in on an occupy camp at the federal reserve bank on market street. christien kafton joins us live with video you won't see anywhere else. good morning. >> reporter: yeah, now that the start is starting to come up, you can see this former site of the occupy protest at the foot of market 101 market. you can see it surrounded by a chain-link fence. right across the street you might see there is a small encampment of some of the occupiers returning to the area. police were out here overnight. they were out here this morning to -- to watch the site. they said they gave them every chance to avoid arrest. >> we gave them opportunity to vacate. some people did leave on their own. the other people who remained behind did get arrested for illegal lodging. >> reporter: san francisco police moved about 11:30 last night. last night was rough after police cleared the camp and seized their possessions. >> they took everybody's possessions, dogs, animals, whatever they had. i can't ev
reserve building. for now christian captain, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> campbell soup just announced they will eliminate 700 california jobs. and another calm bells soup plant in july of next year. they have about 20,000 workers and employees around the world. they say shutting down those two plants, sacramento and the one in new jersey will save the company more than $100 million in the first year. >>> a stolen ipad sparked. it started around 5:00 between fillimore and sacramento streets. it ended at the corner of haze. it happened when a suspect grabbed a woman's i-pad. the suspect slammed into several cars including a minivan seriously injuring that driver. flying debris hit a boy at a nearby playground. >> it was a metal object, i am assuming it was something off the van. >> it was heartbreaking and sad to see this going on in the community. >> now the boy is expected to make a full recovery and officers have been criticized for the chase. police insist they did not overreact to a stolen backpack and they say the city has been hit hard with a rash of stolen property. >>> they w
a grievance. >>> now at 11:00, hundreds of people in sacramento will soon be out of a job as campbell soup company shuts the door on its oldest factory. it's cutting a total of 700 jobs. the company says demand for soup is dropping and so is the bottom line. the sacramento factory will close in phases before shutting down completely next july. >>> the santa clara valley water district will hold a public meeting this afternoon over the anderson dam seismic retrofit project. they need to fix the dam because it might rupture in the event of a large earthquake. if the dam broke, it could flood an area from morgan hill to san jose. voters will have to decide on a tax measure this november ballot to fund the project that would start in 2016. today's meeting starts at 4:00 at jackson elementary school in morgan hill. >>> a major earthquake on the other side of the globe could trigger the bay area's two biggest faults, the hayward and the san andreas. seismologists at uc berkeley and the usgs found that the magnitude 8.6 quake that hit off the coast of sumatra in april -- large quakes trigger smal
. lawmakers must look at whether government regulations are working. >>> campbell soup is closing its plant in sacramento next july and laying off hundreds of workers. the plant opened in 1947 and is the oldest of their 4 u.s. plants. but with the decline in the popularity of canned soups, they made the difficult decision to close the plant in sacramento. >> it made it clear the real issue is the lack of demand. people are not buying soup. in the same amounts that they have in prior years. >> one research firm said over all canned soup consumption is down 13%. >>> the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits plunged. that is a hopeful sign for the job market. claims dropped to 399,000. that is the lowest level in 9 weeks. the number of people collecting also fell by 4,000 4,000 to 2.3 million. on wall street, the dow is up 72 to 13,485. the s&p is up 13 to 1,447. the nasdaq is up 42 at 3,136. >>> mortgage rates dropped to record lows this week. the average rate on a 30 year loan dropped to 3.4%, down from 3.49% last week. a 15 year mortgage that also hit a record low, dropped
statistics is when the call center is closing are shifting its call centers of state. and campbell soup and the governor and the politicians create all these other jobs. my question is are the jobs your greeting now to the how to pay and benefits that the old jobs have? or the new jobs different? >>> there's a fundamental shift in the skills that required for these new jobs. it used to be the case that could high-school graduate work at high school education and concurrent yourself a middle-class income and and and nothing gets no longer the case. >>> college crash which now are being hired full-time but they're piling on part-time. index difficult to bridge over into full time because the market to benefit cost them. is not the same job as it was before. >>> some the jobs are not available to college graduates. i have a recent college graduates were struggling to find professional jobs. there finding themselves in retail sector for example the does not require a college degree. >>> the design had to pay and benefits for their skill set either. their two groups. the highly educated and
to 69 tomorrow. below normal. concord down 77. san francisco 76 for a high. big changes. campbell 77, union city only 70 with morning cloud cover tomorrow. walnut creek 78. pleasant hill 78. 77 for concord and only the low 60s bodega bay, stinson beach mid-60s in downtown and 68 degrees for berkeley. so the change continues tomorrow. highs inland only the upper 70s over the weekend. near the bay only the upper 60s. and how about that chance of rain next monday and next tuesday? widely scattered showers are likely everywhere from the coast all the way to inland areas. and even sacramento could see some showers for the top of next week. the one place where it's still shot in oakland. the hottest team in baseball, roberta gonzales is reporting live from the a.l. west champion stadium. >> hi, paul. we are on the field. in fact the oakland as just finished up some of the last celebrations right there on the big bump. the pitchers mound. and in fact the officers just asked the last remaining fans to leave because they have been partying here for an hour after the oakland as wrapped up this
clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's wednesday, september 26th. >>> in overnight news, hundreds of pot plants are seized. police say it took several hours to remove all of the evidence from the business on charter park drive. janine de la vega has been following the story since 4:30 and has more. >> reporter: we're in an industrial area of san jose. on one side of me is a technology company and on the other side is a car parts business but right here in the middle, you can say it says "online furniture" you can see marijuana plants. you can see paraphernalia left behind by police. here is a temperature gauge, a fertilizer something used to feed. plant plants. police got a call last night and -- used to fet the plants. police got a call last night. >> when officers got here, they found marijuana plants every where. and they are fully matured about 6 feet tall. about 250 of them with light systems and all kinds of other indicators that it was an indoor grow. >> police say this is a significant bust they say the street value is between $200,000, $250,000. they sa
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in the south bay 82 over los gatos and campbell with an afternoon high of just 80 degrees. we could see a 90 degree on the board with liver and walnut creek. turning our attention to the north bay '70s and the lower 80s as the cloud began to clear. downtown san francisco is still below the average. we will continue with dense fog for the next couple of hours into the weekend pretty warm conditions. temperatures as warm we haven't seen since mid june. excess of heat on tap for the weekend this does increase fire danger. at those of you had to the game tonight temperatures will be in the mid-60s. the weekend is flirting with the triple digits and as of right now monday a slated to be the warmest day of the week. >> didn't notice the difference? order restored and now you know the football players can be fat out of each other in perfect harmony >> no griping. >> jim harbaugh said he did not agree with every call but he was happy to have the raffs back. >> i hate to say it but that was the big story. that was the number one story in america and now it is gone. >> if anything was brought football
. "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >>> another young child is hit and killed on a busy novato street. it happened yesterday on novato boulevard and san marin drive. police say the girl, who was new to the area, was home when it happened. christien kafton has more. >> reporter: we're on the stretch of road where the fatal accident happened. first, now that the sun is up you can, you can see the trail where the middle schooler was hit. candles and teddy bears have been left here as a somber memorial. she was hit by a white suv. emergency crews rushed to the scene. the girl was taken by ambulance to novato hospital, then airlifted, where she was pronounced dead. authorities say the driver who hit the car stopped at the scene and is cooperating with investigators. >> it changes to 45 and then people really hit the gas coming out this way. >> reporter: i'm taking a live look at the memorial. you can see people have dropped off teddy bears an memorials and other remembrances. as you heard the neighbor talk about it a moment ago, there are definitel
morning. i'm tori campbell. it's monday, october 1st. >>> the search continues this morning for two missing men off the san mateo coast. lorraine blanco near hedgen point where the men disappeared where their boat capsized yesterday. good morning, lorraine. >> reporter: good morning, tori. i just got off the boat with the coast gurd. they say they have a cutter boat off the coast. the helicopter is climbing past us. an 18-foot stripper capsized around 10:30 -- i should say striper, capsized around 10:30, a little over 20 miles from hoof man bay. one of the missing men is pin you ming of san francisco. >> he's a good brother, good husband, good son to the family. >> reporter: we're told the two other men were taken to the hospital with hypothermia. the coast guard said fog made visibility difficult but they are mott sure what made the boat overturn. the men were not wearing life jackets. a coast guard went into the air a few minutes ago. during the live shot, we're gonna get closer and see if we can see them in the water searching for the men. lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >>
campbell. it's tuesday october 2nd. we're following developing news of an early-morning fire in vallejo. ktvu channel reporter allie rasmus is live with the damage and information on how two people escaped the flames. good morning, allie. >> reporter: good morning. this fire started at:00 in the morning. now four hours later, investigators are going through the home trying to pinpoint what happened. firefighters are dousing the walls with water to make sure nothing flares up again. two people got out safely. more on that in a minute. first we want to show you the through. you can get a sense of how large this house is -- 3800 square feet. the size hans configuration of the house were both challenges for firefighters putting out this fire. so is the weather. it's warmer than unusual in vallejo and it is -- as it is in most pats. they had to bring in extra crews to relieve some of the firefighters who first responded to the fire. >> we went to three alarms on this. it -- it's a large house. it's an older house. my third alarm was to get crews on scene to help with the overall fire. >> rep
to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >>> five people are looking for temporary housing after a fire burned their home. ktvu channel 2 reporter claudine wong has been there since 4:30 this morning getting a close look at the damage. >> reporter: good morning, tori. we have daylight. we can get a look at the damage. you can see how hot this fire burned. there was a partial roof collapse this morning. so waiting for daylight was very important for investigations to make sure it was safe so they can figure out what areas are safe to go into as they try to figure this out. we just talked to a neighbor who practically could feel the heat of the fire from his deck. he told us what he saw. >> from what i could tell, it was another oakland hills fire. it was so intense and so big. i thought what's going on here? it was just the one house. but it was very scary. >> reporter: when he first saw the firefighter, the firefighters were not called get. they got a call at about 12:15 and they got here and saw the fire was surrounding threatening -- the fire was threatsenning surroundin
who died were not wearing life jackets. >>> campbell police tell ktvu they have made one arrest in the recent string of burglaries. last night we told you about break-ins there. one man was arrested for breaking into storage lockers. but another burglar seen on surveillance video stealing items from cars still has not been identified. >>> now you can get ktvu news to go. download the ktvu app, click the live icon and you can watch all of our newscasts live on your mobile device. >>> shoppers are expected to spend more money this holiday season compared to last year according to a new report out today from the national retail federation. consumers are expected to spend $586.1 billion. that's an increase of 4.1% of last year. but in terms of growth it is much lower than last year's 5.6% increase compared to 2010. >>> and we've got a little bit of wind out there now. let's go to point rays. i have a live buoy reading out there. what i'm doing is i'm looking for the winds to shift. right now i have a wind. see hire point rays. gusts to 22 this direction. that's a pretty vigorous rob
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degrees in inside. 86 campbell. cooling down this afternoon. 90s in the east bay. and then 60s and 70s as you make your way inside the bay, 88 degrees in santa rosa. next couple of days, we cool off those temperatures returning to normal about friday but then below normal over the weekend with some partly cloudy conditions. and as we head in toward next monday, yup, a few more clouds, there is even a slight chance, that's right, a slight chance of a couple of raindrops. that's a look at weather. here's elizabeth with traffic. >> thanks, lawrence. >> more deadly violence in syria with a series of suicide bombings in aleppo. a syrian government official says at least 31 people have been killed and scores of others wounded. the explosives went off in a main square. aleppo has seen intensified fighting lately between president assad's regime and the rebels trying to oust him. >>> two republican lawmakers claim state department officials in libya had requested tighter security before the deadly attacks on the consulate in benghazi. california congressman darrell issa and jason chavez of uta
to mid 90's generally for the santa clara valley. 95 a. campbell. 95 at palo alto. 99 at mount you. and as we head towards the east bay that's where we will see the triple digit weather. maybe bid 97 the north bay as well but eighties around the heart of the bay that is the forecast for today get through it. as we mentioned a: trend will kick in by friday. friday saturday f, sunday is our fleet week week in the blue angels will be doing their show. friday, saturday, sunday we will look for falk but will burn off just in time for those shows now traffic erica. >> northbound 280 best-well below 25 mi. per hour so behind schedule north about 85 approaching highway 17. slight improvements 4101 approaching the 87 interchange. we are backed up at the bay bridge toll plaza we are seeing some shuffling. now this backed up extending just to the foot of the maze. that drive about 20 minutes out of oakland. and here at the san mateo bridge we did see some delays stop and go conditions, however it looks like speeds are picking up approaching the 101-92 interchange. it's a bit clouded out there
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've deployed a number of mechanics throughout the entire system. >> reporter: david campbell was vice president of safety and security at american. >> we believe we have narrowed it down to how those were installed. >> reporter: two flights were forced to make emergency landings. the first incident occurred last wednesday on a flight from vail to dallas. the problem resurfaced saturday on the same plane, flying from boston to miami. >> the seat is loose. we don't want that thing flying around and hurting the passengers behind them. >> reporter: american says it hasn't been able to link the issue to one maintenance facility, but the company has ruled out sabotage. >> after both contract and our own internal maintenance. so finding what's causing was mechanical or human error is what we're trying to do. >> reporter: despite the company's ongoing labor dispute, travel experts are still not telling passengers to steer clear of the airline. >> i will tell you personal for thanksgiving and christmas i have a trip booked on american. i don't feel uncomfortable with it. if you ask me in three weeks and
. afternoon highs '80s in the south bay 81 and sunnyvale 84 expected in campbell a degree warmer than that in los gatos and to an lp this 93 expected in livermore san leandro is at 79 degrees and a court to stay on tap for the north bay spots 84 and about in downtown san francisco as an afternoon high of 75 degrees. it seems pretty pleasant but keep in mind yesterday we were at around 9495. we're ashley 20 degrees cooler than where we were yesterday. it beats like weather along the coast upper 60s along ocean beach in the a's with the rangers again this afternoon the coliseum 1235 is your first pitch and temperatures will be in the mid to upper '70's. a sea breeze look again into the afternoon and we will see a cooling trend. seven day around the bay partly cloudy conditions and the potential for some rain. >> the san mateo bridge is a potential hot spots drive times are now pushing upwards toward 18 to 20 minutes across the span. there are pockets of stopping the traffic now reaching all the way back to the toll plaza from the construction area at the base of the high-rise. the steel
campbell's soup is leaving, closing down here in sacramento, california. comcast is closing their call center here, just in the paper yesterday. and another one i can't think of. but you're going see what's going to happen. the tax-paying businesses will leave the state and move elsewhere, and i don't know how they're going to get by. i'm 78 years old. if i was a little younger, i'd pull out of this place, and i've been here all my life. in fact, i was in business here for a while. host: hey, bob -- caller: i do not want to see the undivided government with the liberals running it. it will be horrible. nothing against liberals, but my goodness, it's just terrible here in california. host: bob, while i got you on the line, i want to get your reaction to a story that's on the front page of the "los angeles times" this morning, "voters wary of change to campaign financing." this is out of sacramento, where you live. host: bob, your thoughts? caller: my first thought is, without reading it, is i would probably be in favor of not allowing it to be done to the unions or anybody else. as a ma
. campbell's soup and comcast have both announced plans to eliminate hundreds of jobs. both companies said the business climate did not affect their decisions, but critics say the state's high wages, taxes and housing prices make it difficult for companies to do business in california. >>> today, carmageddon the sequel is in effect on a southern california freeway. early this morning a 10 mile stretch of the 405 along the sepulveda pass on l.a.'s west side was shut down. crews say if all goes according to plan it will remain closed until the bridge is rebuilt before monday morning. for weeks, people have been warned about the closure and asked to stay away from the area. during a similar closure last year, drivers stayed away from the 405 and the shut down was considered a success. >>> the man accused of making an anti-islam film that sparked protests around the world has been arrested for lying about his identity. court documents show mark eustice legally changed his name from nakoula basseley nakoula in 2002 but never told federal authorities. prosecutors say he's used multiple aliases a
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